Haha yes, no need to be tactful Tony - by revealing in my Asics 26.2 entry that sub 4 would be a Good For Age time for me everyone will know how extremely old I am! Bit busy with Christmas stuff this aft, but will definitely check out your thread later on.
Whoa, not been on here for a couple of days and it's all kicking off! I had a similar incident to Amy in the spring - was due to do Manchester and got sick the night before. No way I could have left the loo on race morning! So I did Milton Keynes instead a month later. A good event - loved the stadium finish - but Manchester definitely a better course for a shot at a sub 4 PB next spring. Don't think I'll be following your personal plan Amy, as the speed sessions are a bit fast for me, but will follow the generic Asics sub 4 plan and see how it goes. I'm sure you'll have no probs whatsoever with sub 4 so long as you don't set off too fast.
Good luck Amy! I am going to be following the Asics sub 4 plan to see if I can do it at Manchester. I'm sure with your speedy half PB you will nail it with no probs. Look forward to following your journey x
I was already registered for Manchester before I entered Aiscs 26.2, so will still be going there as planned, still chasing the elusive sub 4! I think I need to do more strength work to improve, but will watch with interest the advice Amy is given. Am also registered for the Brass Monkey half in January and the Harewood House off-road half in February. All the best everyone, whatever your spring plans xx